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Waikato Times, Volume XXX, Issue 175, 21 June 1873, Page 4
THE SUFFERER'S BEST FRIEND,
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
All Disorders affecting the Lirtr, Stomach ami Bowels. rPHESE PILLS can be confidently recommended as the most simple and certain remedy for indigestion. flatulency, ftnditv, heaitburn, colic, constipation, and all the many niaUihes resulting from disonleicd stomach oi bowels. "In all diseases it is of pumary impoitnnce to set the stomach ught. The*o Pills are purifiers, alteratives iid Btie'i-'th.-nors of the stomach. They may be take; under any circumstances. Though powei fully tonic, anr satisfactorily aperient, they arc mild in their oporatioi andbcnofici.il to the whole system. Wwhiw mid Dthilitu, Nervous Irritability. The wholesome eftect exercised by these admirable Pills »ver the blood and thuds gcncially is like a charm in dis- pelling low spirits, and restoring cheei fulness. Their general aperient qualitioi well tit them for a domestic me- dicine, particularly for females of all ages and periods of life, they never betray any disagreeable irritating qualities, they quickly eject all impurities from the system, and regulate every function of the body, giving wonderful tone and energy to weak and debilitated peisons, while they brace and strengthen the nervous system in a most exba- pnlinary manner. To regain Health, Strength and I ujour. Whenever persons iiud themselves in that state termed a little out of health," and there are so many causes at work to shorten life, it is necessary that Hollo ways Pills the fi purifier of the blood ever know n, should be at once taken, as they not only rid both solids and fluids of all morbid matters, but regulate all disordcicd actions, and •trengthou the fiame in a most extraordinary manner. Old Coughs, Colds and Atthmalical Apctions. These Pills, assisted iv their action by rubbing Hollo way's Ointment very efieotually twice a day upon the throat and chest, and keeping those parts covered with the preparation, will Ims found the most effective remedy for Asthma, coughs, colds, biouchitis, and inUucn/.a. These remedies tranquilizc the hurried. breathing, soothe the irritatod air-tubes, and assist in dislodging the phlegm which stops up the air-passageB. This treatment liaa proved wonderfully efficient in not only curing old settled coug*m and colds, but asthma of many years standing, and even when patients who were in so bad a state as not able to lie down on their beds lest they be choked by phlegm, Derangement and Distension of the Bonds, Flatulency, D'firrhaia, and Dysentery Any symptoms of the above complaints should be imme- diately mot by appropriate doses of these Pills, according to tho printed directions— delay may be followed by disastrous cansequences. Theae Pills are a certain remedy for all the ailments of the alimentary caual, they secure the thorough digestion of the food, and act most kindly on the stomach, liver, bowels, and kidneys. As a household medicine they are unrivalled, and should always be at hand. Very Important, of Costireness Beware. Rarely but little notice is taken of costiveness, yet, at certain periods, it is a sure sign that danger ia near. All who are seized with apoplexy and paralysis, have previously suffered from costiveness. In the former, case, the blood flies to the head, a small vein is ruptuied on the brain, and we know the rest. Let wives counsel their husbands, and husbands their wives, never to go to bed a Bccond night if the bowels luve not been properly moved during the day, particularly if they feel heavy and drowsy. A few gentle doses of these fine Pills will regulate the circulation of the blood, and remove all dangerous symptoms.
Hollow ay 1 a Pills arc the best remedy blown in the world for the following diseases. Ague Debility 'Jaundice Secondary Asthma Dropsy Liver Coin- Symptoms Bilious Corn -Dysentery plaints TicrPouloureu plaints (Erysipelas j Lumbago Tumours fllotchea onlFemale Irre-'Piles Ulcers the Skiu gularities I Rheumatism Venereal Af- Bowel Com- Fever of all Retention of feclions plaints kinds I Urine Worms of all Colics Fits Scrofula, or kmds Constipation Gout Kiu&'s Evil Weakness, of the Headaclio |Sore Throats fioni what. Bowels Indigestion Stone and ever c.mso, Consumption Inflammation: Gavol j &c.,?&c. There ia a considerable saviug by taking the larger
size/). N.B. Directions for the guidance patients of, every disorder are affixed to each
D. BLOOM, QUEEN-STREET, MARKET PLACE, Next Loggie, Butcher, Auckland, INVITES the attention of Waikato Settlers to his large and yaried stock of Glss, Ciiinv and Earthenware. Alio to his stock of Brushware, Tinware, Holloware, &c.
Goods carefully packed to any part of the Waikato and Colony. Orders, accompanied with a satisfactory rcforenco or Honey Order, will be punctually attended to.
J^ ARMER'S HOTEL, DE U R Y. Wines and Spirits of Best Branda. Good accommodation for Travellers. E GODKIN, Propiietor
Alexandra Hotel, ALEXANDRA, WAIKATO. THOMAS FINCH, Proprietor. A CCOMMODATION for Travellers. Good Stabling i- and Paddocks. Saddle Horses tor Hirk.
KEMPTHORNE, PROSSEII & Co., (Late Youngman & Co,) WHOLESALE & EXPORT DRUGGISTS, Stafford-street, Dunedin, and Victoria-street, F>ast, Auckland, IMPORTERS of every description of Chemical, Pharma- ceutical, Photographic, and other Preparation!, Patent Medicines and Perfumery, Surgical Instruments and Appliances, Fancy Goods, Brushware, Combs, Sponges, Glass- ware, Earthenware, Medicine Cheits, Medical Books. Shop fittings, und e>ery kind oi Druggists Sundries.
THE COAL MINE HOTEL, Rediuapokeka, ANTHONY RALPH, Proprietor. GOOD PADDOCKS for Horses, Cattle, and Sheep. Liquors of best quality. Accommodation for travellers. 6plcndid bhootiug in the neighbourhood.
A LBBRT BREWERY. R. Whitson and Sons, 169, QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND. Ales and Stout Brewed from the best Malt and Hops only.
SAMUEL JOY, /CARPENTER A"N D JOJN E R. Doors and Sashes Made to Order. SAMUEL JOY, Ngaruawahia.
Bt Appointment to His Royal lliohnkss tub Dueis ov Edinburgh, and Uia Excellency Sir Q. F. Bowen. RH. BARTLETT. Photographor, Corner of Queen 9 and Wellesley streets, Auckland,
Accommodation House. WHAT A WHATA. A RTETUR DAWSON begs to inform travellers that he J^. has opened an Accommodation House at Whata Whata. Socuro Paddocks for Cattle and Bhocp.
E. FITZPATRICK, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, AND BAKER, Ngaruawahia.
MR. W. MACGRKGOR HAY, Barrister, Solicitor, <fc Land Broker. HAMILTON.